Lamina Propria
The lamina propria is a constituent of the moist linings known as mucous membranes or mucosa, which line various tubes in the body (such as the respiratory tract, the gastrointestinal tract, and the urogenital tract).
The lamina propria (more correctly lamina propria mucosæ) is a thin layer of loose connective tissue, or dense irregular connective tissue, which lies beneath the epithelium and together with the epithelium constitutes the mucosa. As its Latin name indicates it is a characteristic component of the mucosa, "the mucosa's own special layer". Thus the term mucosa or mucous membrane always refers to the combination of the epithelium plus the lamina propria.
The connective tissue of the lamina propria is very loose allowing it to be very cell rich. The cell population of the lamina propria is very varied including, for example, fibroblasts, lymphocytes, plasma cells, macrophages, eosinophilic leukocytes, and mast cells. It provides support and nutrition to the epithelium, as well as the means to bind to the underlying tissue. Irregularities in the connective tissue surface, such as papillae found in the tongue, increase the area of contact of the lamina propria and the epithelium.
The lamina propria contains capillaries and a central lacteal (lymph vessel) in the small intestine, as well as lymphoid tissue. Lamina propria also contains glands with the ducts opening on to the mucosal epithelium, that secrete mucus and serous secretions. The lamina propria is also rich in immune cells known as lymphocytes. A majority of these cells are IgA-secreting B cells.

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lamina propria - definition of lamina…
lamina pro·pri·a (pr pr-) n. A thin vascular layer of connective tissue beneath the epithelium of an organ. [New Latin l mina propria: Latin l mina, lamina + Latin ...
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Lamina propria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Lamina propria - Merriam-Webster Online
a highly vascular layer of connective tissue under the basement membrane lining a layer of epithelium. Origin of Lamina Propria. New Latin, literally, proper ...
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Intestinal lamina propria dendritic cells maintain T cell homeostasis ...
Sep 9, 2013 ... Abstract. Dendritic cells (DCs) in the intestinal Lamina Propria (LP) are composed of two CD103+ subsets that differ in CD11b expression.
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Lymphocyte Populations Within the Lamina Propria - Garland Science
intestinal Lamina Propria and epithelium than in the rest of the body. That they are ... are somewhat less common in normal colon epithelium and Lamina Propria,.
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Mesenchymal cells of the intestinal lamina propria.
The mesenchymal elements of the intestinal Lamina Propria reviewed here are the myofibroblasts, fibroblasts, mural cells (pericytes) of the vasculature, bone ...
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Isolation and subsequent analysis of murine lamina propria ...
Studies on colonic cells in the Lamina Propria (LP) of mice are important for understanding the cellular and immune responses in the gut, especially in ...
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Lamina Propria Dissociation Kit, mouse - Miltenyi Biotec
The Lamina Propria Dissociation Kit has been developed for the gentle and efficient isolation of Lamina Propria immune cells from the small intestine of the ...
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Lamina Propria Dissociation Kit - Miltenyi Biotec
Lamina Propria tissue can be dissociated to single-cell suspensions by combining ... Then, the Lamina Propria tissue is further treated enzymatically and.
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Lamina propria and submucosa histology - PerioWiki
Describe Lamina Propria and submucosa histology here. The Lamina Propria is a layer below the epithelium of organs, skin, and lumens that acts as a ...
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Intestinal lamina propria dendritic cells maintain T cell homeostasis ...
Sep 9, 2013 ... The Rockefeller University Press, doi: 10.1084/jem.20130728 ... Dendritic cells ( DCs) in the intestinal Lamina Propria (LP) are composed of two ...
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Jun 15, 2013... School Lamina Propria Dendritic Cells To Transfer Innate Tolerance ... University of Missouri School of Medicine, M616 Medical Sciences ...
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Title: Rapid Lamina Propria retraction and zipper-like constriction of the epithelium preserves the epithelial lining in human small intestine exposed to ...
The lamina propria of adult human oral mucosa harbors a novel ...
The Lamina Propria of adult human oral mucosa harbors a novel stem cell ... School of Dental Medicine Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Sheba ...
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Sep 16, 2007 ... In contrast, Lamina Propria CD11b+ dendritic cells elicited IL-17 ... and Laboratory Medicine, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322, USA.
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Increased Th17-Inducing Activity of CD14+ CD163low Myeloid Cells ...
We investigated whether human intestinal Lamina Propria cells (LPCs) induce development of Th17 cells and whether these have a role in the pathogenesis of ...
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Mar 12, 2013 ... Igor Belyakov · University of Michigan. Chantal ... Normally, I use 500 U/ml Collagenase IV to digest Lamina Propria for 1 hour @ 37 oC. You can ...
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Jun 2, 2007 ... The Rockefeller University Press, doi: 10.1084/jem.20070602 ... Dendritic cells ( DCs) purified from the Lamina Propria (Lp; LpDCs) of the small ...
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ANNUAL REPORT OF OSAKA UNIVERSITY—Academic Achievement—2008- 2009. ATP Drives Lamina Propria TH17 Cell Differentiation. Paper in journals ...
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PATHOLOGIC STAGING OF BLADDER CARCINOMA (TNM 2002) Noninvasive, papillary Noninvasive, flat Lamina Propria Superficial muscularis propria Deep muscularis propria Perivesicle fat Adjacent structures Lymph node metastases ...
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It has been conclusively shown that sIgA+ B cells extracted from the Lamina Propria manifest various molecular concomitants of switching, namely, Ca germline transcripts, AID activation, and switch circles containing germline Ca ( Faragasan, ...
Development of the Gastrointestinal Tract
Development of the Gastrointestinal Tract
1999
The three arms of the GALT — Lamina Propria lymphocytes (LPL), intraepithelial lymphocytes (IEL) and Peyer's patches — develop at different stages of fetal ontogeny, as described below. In this chapter, the development of the gut immune ...
Handbook of Mucosal Immunology
Handbook of Mucosal Immunology
1994
When CD4+ T cells from the Lamina Propria were studied using similar methods, Lamina Propria CD4+ cells did not suppress immunoglobulin synthesis at high T cell/ B cell ratios. The ability of these cells to inhibit immunoglobulin synthesis ...
Advances in Bladder Research
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Laurence S. Baskin, Simon W. Hayward, 1999
Relative Lamina Propria thickness at different gestational ages. Bladders were filled to different levels of their respective total capacities with OTC freezing compound and frozen. Sections were taken and stained with he- matoylin and eosin and ...
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OtoRhinoLaryngology - Alexandros G. Sfakianakis: The difficulty of using histopathology to distinguish layers in the lamina propria
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Inhaled fluticasone propionate (FP) restores angiogenesis in the airway Lamina Propria of current smokers with COPD: a randomized controlled trial
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Understanding Phonomicrosurgery
Overview | Understanding Phonomicrosurgery | How It’s Done |Indications |Strategies | The Patient’s Role Key Glossary Terms Phonomicrosurgery: (phono + micro + surgery) Highly specialized surgery to improve voice (phonosurgery) using microsurgical techniques and highly magnified views (microsurgery) in order to provide microscopic detail Superficial Lamina Propria: (“Reinke’s space”) Top layer of the laminae propria that plays a key role in vocal fold vibration; loosely structured; located just underneath the cell lining (epithelium) covering the vocal fold Glossary What is phonomicrosurgery? Phonomicrosurgery is a key surgical treatment for certain voice disorders. Phonomicrosurgeryvoice improvement Surgery to improve or restore voice Microsurgerymicroscopic scale Surgical procedures performed through an operating microscope using specialized microsurgical instruments Phonomicrosurgeryphonosurgery + microsurgery Microsurgical techniques applied to phonosurgery Use of an operative microscope allows highly magnified views of the fine layers of the vocal folds Microsurgical instruments allow surgical manipulation of delicate structures of the vocal folds while minimizing damage to surrounding normal tissue Accessing the Voice Box Through a Laryngoscope Phonomicrosurgery is usually performed through a rigid tube called a laryngoscope that is inserted through the mouth.
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